Title   : Sounds Of The Eighties, 1980-1981, The Rolling Stone Collection
Label   : Time Life
Medium  : CD
TTime   : 74:58
Notes   : A small paragraph about each bands and a few pictures or Rolling Stone covers.
Reviewer: Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.
Paid    : $17
Rank    : 5 out of 5.

Track Listing
Title                                  Artist(s)
-=-=-                                  -=-=-=-=-
Another One Bites The Dust             Queen
Call Me                                Blondie
Centerfold                             J. Geils Band
We Got The Beat                        The Go-Go's
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around          Stevie Nicks w/ Tom Petty
Juke Box Hero                          Foreigner
Almost Saturday Night                  Dave Edmunds
Radio Free Europe                      R.E.M.
Gloria                                 U2
In The Air Tonight                     Phil Collins
Once In A Lifetime                     Talking Heads
Master Blaster [Jammin']               Stevie Wonder
Ashes To Ashes                         David Bowie
Love Will Tear Us Apart                Joy Division
Whip It                                Devo
Private Idaho                          The B-52's
Marie Marie                            The Blasters
I Don't Like Mondays                   The Boomtown Rats
Tempted                                Squeeze
Redemption Song                        Bob Marley and The Wailers

        A good disc disc by any standard, lots of big name bands from the
eighties and big hits from them.  The arrangement didn't get too wacky through
the disc like some of the discs from Time Life and the linear notes are actual
interesting to read (and arranged like a booklet instead of a lousy fold out
thing that's impossible to refold like the Sounds of the Eighties). Easily
the best disc in the set.  There's only one song I have any real complaint
with, and that would be the Stevie Wonder song, he had much bigger hits in the
eighties and before, this one is just a little too weak for the disc.  This
also has to be the only eighties compilation I've ever owned with Bob Marley
which is pretty different, and helps round out the disc (instead of making it
strictly one genre).

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